1970’s pop magazines

supplied by Lin Russell

Nigel Kennard… Ah, Disco 45. All the lyrics for the hits of the day. Spent many an hour trying to ‘sing’ along.

Jan Marchant… Linda, I used to love these, can’t believe you still have some!

Lin Russell… Jan, been in the attic for years ! I will show you at our next getogether x

Jan Marchant… Like many others we used to record the top 40 on a reel to reel tape recorder, stopping when the DJ spoke and re-starting for the song then checking the lyrics in Disco 45’s. Good old days xxx

John Scaife… Used to collect Disco 45

Teresa Goacher… Always had Disco 45 so I could sing along to my recordings I made on a Sunday night when the top 20 was on

Sandra Thompsett… I remember all these !

Romaine Fulton-hart… The highlight in 1973 for me was knocking on the door of the Disco 45 office with my mum and dad for information on the David Cassidy fan club which was located at the same address, the son who was home alone gave me a stack of David Cassidy merchandise . This was in Mermaid Street Rye. Memories

Ju-ju Davies… Omg Disco 45! I used to collect these in hopes of learning the songs!

Wendy Belton… I still have my Disco 45s. Looked through them all in lockdown.

Tracy Birrell… I used to get Disco 45

Liz Dianto… Bryan Ferry used to terrify me as a little kid. I used to hide behind the sofa when he came on TOTP

Stallion – introducing the band 1974 & Stallion poster 6th November 1973.

supplied by Mick Mepham


supplied by Phil Thornton

Alan Esdaile… Great find Phil.  Stringer Jones, was a duo with Martin Stringer and Malcolm Jones.

Martyn Baker… Malcolm Jones was the other half of Stringer-Jones with Martin Stringer in Hastings (1975-6). I kind of re-met Malcolm again when we both worked for Capital Radio in the 80’s. Martin now lives in the west of Ireland. Both top geezers.

Harry Randall… RIP Vic/Tony and Steve gone to young! Sadly missed I’m sure by all who new them!

Leigh Wieland-Boys… My that takes me back. Fond memories of Steve D, rest in peace dear friend.

Martin Stringer… Crikey.

Phil Thornton… wow ! Great pic. Don’t think I’ve seen the one above before. SSV&T !!!

Linda McDuffie… Cottage! Blast from the past!